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By Rajesh Kamath In June 2010, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) News website displayed this image, with the headline Srikanth Bolla “13 proves that anyone can learn how to swim - Beginner's swim class offers

By Camilla Pennington -  Unconscious bias is something we are often unaware of but which creates barriers that prevent diversity and inclusion in the workplace, damaging relationships that could foster creative and innovative ideas. The costs

By Carol Butcher -  Some of our readers may have seen the 1961 American romantic comedy “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” The movie was loosely based on Truman Capote’s novella of the same name. Audrey Hepburn and George

By Kerryn Kohl -  I love this quote by Eric Hoffer. It resonates with me because by harnessing the power of a reflective learning process we can embrace the future with confidence regardless of the uncertainty. Although

By Justin Bodill -  The name Tom Brady is synonymous with NFL greatness. Even those of us who live outside of the US and don’t follow American Football, know that he is considered NFL royalty. He has

By Lynda Smith -  There is a great author and TED speaker who has helped many people to understand that asking the question WHY is critical to understanding yourself and influencing others.  Simon Sinek uses a

By Prof Theo Veldsman -  STOP-OVER 14: LEADERSHIP CULTURE AND CLIMATE – THE GLUE OF AND ATMOSPHERE WITHIN A LEADERSHIP GALAXY Within the vast expanse of the Leadership Universe, leadership constitutes their own unique ‘Galaxy’ that equates to

By Marius Meyer - The new world of work and business requires a new approach to talent development. It means that we need to position learning at the centre of talent development.   In fact, talent development

By Jonathan Cook -  Of course managers need both hard and soft skills.  One cannot lead an organisation without both.  But which are needed more in Africa? I used to think that we should focus on the

By Barbara Walsh -  There is some debate as to who the coach is primarily responsible to in executive coaching relationships; is it the coachee, or the organization which pays the bill? Who precisely is the

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